Wild Otters – a new otter conservation NGO from Goa, India

Atul Borker writes from Goa, India to inform us that he has started an NGO called Wild Otters “with a vision of long term otter conservation work”.

Working in Goa (India), they are finding the remnant populations of small-clawed and smooth-coated otters in the wild, conducting field visits for the public, building community support and conducting school and public education.

Visit the webpage at wildotters.com. How lovely for otters!

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Wild Otters

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Location of Goa, India.

Thanks to Nicole Duplaix, IUCN Otter Specialist Group, for forwarding the news.

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